have yesterday tried again to use the logging crane to put some long logs back onto a tipped over vehicle. After only 150l wasted fuel I removed the cargo and decided to get new ones.
My issue: The crane has no proper feeling at all. Camera was in a dense environment (three trucks) sometimes "jumping around". With that high rotational speed, the log felt somehow on a rollercoaster. And it would be nice if there is was way to level a log by e.g. using the z/c keys (or 1/3...) to align that log parallel to the trailers axis.
Because the most annoying thing was, that I could not properly level out the long logs to put them back onto the log carrier. My truck tipped over while climbing a hillside - and the logs slipped to the rear and it was additionally short of impossible to grab them at their center of gravity to simply place them back on the truck. One put in position, the next one touching it - it fell off again. Yeah.
With the current state - I'd make either that cargo unspillable as there are likely solid ropes around it. Only if you detach the trailer, the ropes will be opened and cargo will be spilled. So you have still an additional complexity by requiring to put up a heavy truck plus trailer - but please stop that "mikado bullshit" with the logs. Another option would be, that a once properly positioned log stays onto that the trailer. Period, no movement of logs any more which were once properly positioned.